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Jack Skoch (#706)
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A history and photography nut, living in Alabama, this site gives me an extra push to get out and explore. Unlike most, I`m comfortable in a grave yard. Enjoy the sight.
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Andersonville Prison
regarding your picture posted on Find A Grave Memorial# 12631. If you want to include a caption the names of the six men were as follows.

"The group was centrally organized around its six most important members, known as the "chieftains": Charles Curtis, John Sarsfield, Patrick Delaney, Teri Sullivan (or W.R. Rickson, according to other sources), William Collins, and A. Munn."

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BY Anthony Bruno
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Apr 03, 2014 12:13 PM
Rob
Pleasant Phillips
Pleasant Jackson Phillips:
Born: July 3, 1819
Birthplace: Harris County Georgia
Father: Charles Phillips 1790 1836
Mother: Anna Nicks Phillips
Wife: Laura Osborne Phillips 1816 1889
Occupation before War:
Banker & Planter in Columbus Georgia
Major in Georgia State Militia
Civil War Career:
1861 1862: Colonel of 31st Georgia Infantry Regiment
1862 1865: Brigadier General of Georgia State Militia
1864: Participated in the Atlanta Campaign
1864: Commander of Georgia Militia during Battle of Griswoldville
Occupation after War:
Banker in Columbus Georgia

Died: October 12, 1876
Place of Death: Wynnton Georgia
Age at time of Death: 57 years old
Burial Place: Linwood Cemetery Columbus Georgia
Added by Rob on Mar 24, 2013 7:59 AM
Saponi
Horace King
Horace was in the Carroll county area in the 1830 time frame and had Native blood....there is also several Kings in Carroll county, Ga as well in the 1800's.


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Added by Saponi on Mar 22, 2013 9:18 AM
Saponi
Reuniting the original 1820-1840 Carroll county families
Names of interest include:
Mcintosh, Vann, Jordan, Davis, Hilton, Smith, Rowe, Collins, Dobbins, Patterson, Bass, Henslee, Mcghee, Redwine, Blair, Huckeba, Senoya, Senoia, Noland, Canady, Nalley, Hawkins, Kennedy, Alexander, Sewell, Wade, Petty, Harris, Cobb, Scott, Downs, Sinyard, Bundrum, Whitlow, Fleming, Mccoy, Lowe, Colquitt , Johnson, Lee, Canus, Mahathee, Welch, Proctor, Hinesley, Phillips, Alen, Vandivere, Riley, Robertson, Rogers, Watie, Hicks, Crutchfield, Gill, Wallis, Bryan, Wadkins, Love, Gibson, Coryell, Aderhold, Lamar, Woodall, Parris, Paris, Chambers, Hodges, Wallace, Newman, Jackson, Lyle, Woods, Bonner, Jones, Durrett, Mcdaniel, Daniels, Brown, Freeman, Foreman, Godard, Carter, Hood, Sockwell, Treadwell, Little, Muse, Russell, Mcswain, Martin, Ballard, Griffin, Blackburn, Walker, Payne, Lusk, Crowell, Herrod, Pleas, Gray, Grey, Hill, Foster, Toney, Terrell, Terrill, Graves, Miller, Adair, Rooks, Sticher, Peek, Daugherty, Causey, Thompson, Boudinot, Jeffries, Petit, and several others including those on the 1830 Carroll county, Ga census descendants.

Areas of interest:
1820-1840 time frames of Carroll county, Douglas county, Cobb county, Campbell county, and Paulding county, Georgia.

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Added by Saponi on Mar 22, 2013 9:17 AM
 

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